Giorgio Biscardini

Giorgio Biscardini

Milan

Giorgio Biscardini is partner at Strategy& based in Milan.

His functional expertise focus includes:

  • Strategy, including oil, gas, and utilities
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Large-scale change management programs, including post-merger integration
  • Operations management and sourcing
  • Supply chain management

Mr. Biscardini led — or contributed to — numerous engagements for the company:

  • Assessed three distribution companies in Turkey for a leading European utility
  • Developed an operational excellence program for the world leader in specialty pipes for the oil & gas industry
  • Benchmarked client cost-to-serve and cost-to-acquire for a leading European utility
  • Developed a growth strategy for a leading European refiner
  • Assessed the industrial plan of a renewable energy (wind power) company
  • Provided staff benchmarking for an oil & gas major
  • Assessed a market entry opportunity in the Balkans, including assets and capacity, for a leading Italian utility
  • Designed the human resources competence model for a large oil upstream joint venture in Kazakhstan
  • Restructured a Libyan electric utility
  • Provided credit risk management for a multinational energy company
  • Provided competitive assessment and valuation of a European downstream company, including refining, marketing, and the establishment of a multi-country presence

He graduated at the Bocconi University in Milan, where he earned a degree in business administration.

Authored articles

  • Small going bigSmall going big: Why small-scale LNG may be the next big wave
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  • 2017 Oil and Gas Trends

    The industry’s future

    We are acutely aware that oil and gas executives have their hands full during this upheaval, and that there may be more pain to come. But the industry has proven over time its ability to innovate and to reinvent itself. Despite a tough two years, the sector has successfully brought costs down in order to operate in an environment of radically lower oil prices. With the right actions, a more flexible and robust sector can emerge, one that is prepared to get the most value out of existing and yet-to-be-discovered fossil fuel reserves while making an orderly transition to a lower-carbon world. In other words, the industry’s future lies on the optimistic side of Cast Away’s mixed message.